I have to disagree with you there. There are definitely better species to start of with than others.There is no "starter" Naja species.
You can either deal with them or you cant.
I agree. A variety of African cobras wouldn't make a good starter. N. haje and N. melanoleuca, stand out to me.I have to disagree with you there. There are definitely better species to start of with than others.
I would say it's much better to start off with some of the smaller species, N.siamensis, N.atra, N.nivea,H.haemachatus also N.naja and N.kaouthia.
Rather than starting off with something like Naja melanoleuca, which are known to be one of the hardest to cope with if they're in a strop.
I think it's a good idea to start with a youngster (if you decide to start with Naja), something under a year old. I wouldn't tail anything either until they're over 3ft.
Cobra's are gay! Start with a couple Western Green Mambas.In your guys opinion is it possible to start keeping hots with Naja species? obviously if you can get the right experience or is it too risky given their speed etc?
if so what ones are good to start with? From your experience : victory: